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Vinyl 10" 2xLP
A1: Last Time (Original Version)
B1: Last Time (Instrumental Version)
C1: Last Time (Alternate Version)
D1: Last Time (Jon Hopkins Remix)
“Last Time”, previously only available on the limited deluxe cd edition of the overwhelmingly successful sophomore Moderat album “II”, was always meant to be the third single release.
The song celebrates it’s vinyl debut on this single, alongside an instrumental version, an alternate version as well as the only guest remix by Jon Hopkins, who will also support Moderat at their second Berlin show at Columbiahalle on February 27, 2014.
“Last Time” is a perfect example of exquisite indie-pop from an album that you just can’t deny on many levels.